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    hi all sadly i think i must leave pso,some good advice on ere but to sit ere typing away ,putting post in the relevant place then still to have it disapear is most annoying!

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    oh ek do i feel stupid lol found it,sry

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    • #3
      I hope you carry that attitude with you to the table!! evil:
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      • #4
        Originally posted by holdemace486 View Post
        hi all sadly i think i must leave pso,some good advice on ere but to sit ere typing away ,putting post in the relevant place then still to have it disapear is most annoying!
        Hi holdemace486, I truly hope that you reconsider.. I understand that having a thread of yours moved can feel frustrating, but please bear in mind that it did not disappear and it was just simply relocated to the relevant forum about the same topic/content. Each time a thread is moved, you will receive a private message from the moderator that moved your thread stating the reason as to why it was moved and a link to that thread. Please visit Tips on getting started in the PSO forum that way you will become fluent on where to post and what to look for in the forum. Good luck at the tablesumbup:
        Last edited by CannonLee; Fri Dec 23, 2011, 06:09 PM.

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        • #5
          **moved**

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          • #6
            or just quit

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            • #7
              Originally posted by roomik17 View Post
              or just quit
              Bad reply, Roomik....we're supposed to encourage peeps and help them to get better at this game we all love. We all know how discouraging bad beats can be, especially when you hit a long run of them. A little more understanding can go a long way.

              @Holdemace4486

              You MUST learn to focus on your decisions, NOT the results. Review your hand histories, if you find you are making the correct decisions, then carry on. I'm sure you will find some places where you might have played differently, areas where you can improve. We all have leaks in our game, your job is to find those places where you might not have made the optimal play and learn from your mistakes.

              I understand how frustrating it is when you do everything right and still lose, but aren't there also times when you make the wrong call and you're the one who hits that lucky card on the river?? We all have these situations, but human nature makes us focus on the bad beats we receive and we overlook the times that we are the one hitting that miracle card on the river.

              This is one of the toughest things there is to learn in poker, but if you can't learn to handle the bad beats you will suffer endless frustration. If you consistently make the right decisions, you WILL win your fair share, I promise.

              Last edited by joy7108; Fri Dec 23, 2011, 08:14 PM. Reason: typo
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              • #8
                Originally posted by joy7108 View Post
                Bad reply, Roomik....
                I do not think it is at all Joy, op obviously has issues other than poker...if moving a thread counts as grounds to quit the forum, along with posting bad beat after bad beat in an almost indecipherable language, then op should quit, take time to find out what his real issues are and get them fixed first. This is a poker forum, not a psychiatrists office. We have tried to help him on numerous occasions and yet he still posts the same things over and over, so maybe just stepping away, and quitting for a week, 2 weeks, a year will help his mental mindset more than anything we can offer in this forumumbup:

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by roomik17 View Post
                  I do not think it is at all Joy, op obviously has issues other than poker...if moving a thread counts as grounds to quit the forum, along with posting bad beat after bad beat in an almost indecipherable language, then op should quit, take time to find out what his real issues are and get them fixed first. This is a poker forum, not a psychiatrists office. We have tried to help him on numerous occasions and yet he still posts the same things over and over, so maybe just stepping away, and quitting for a week, 2 weeks, a year will help his mental mindset more than anything we can offer in this forumumbup:
                  +1000umbup: Joy, I understand where you are coming from and love your compassion for others but Holdem was posting that he was quitting because he noticed his thread was gone before he noticed the PM from the moderator about moving it to the appropriate forum section. This kind of overreacting to a situation can kill a person's game fast. evil:
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                  • #10
                    I have only been here 3 days, but one thing stands out through all the posts, not just this one, and the comments from PSO'ers is that it is a very supportive and friendly community.

                    You will be a mug if you give that up.

                    Reconsider!!

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